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Opportunity for local residents to hear about development plans to improve facilities at Warwick Hospital

South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) is inviting local Warwick residents to find out more about the Trust’s ambitious development proposals, to transform the Warwick Hospital estate over the next 10 -15years.

The first stage of these plans aim to increase the number of surgical procedures SWFT can carry out and will help create sustainable and accessible services, that are appropriately located to support clinical safety and operational efficiencies - enabling the organisation to deliver the right services in the right place, at the right time.

The plans form part of SWFT’s long term Estates Strategy, to ensure the organisation’s infrastructure is safe, sustainable, efficient, and fit for purpose. The document, which will create a roadmap for the organisation to invest in their future estate and services, was published in February 2022. Now the Trust is holding two events for the people of Warwick to learn more about the exciting plans for their hospital.

During the following sessions you will hear from Sophie Gilkes, Chief Strategy Officer, and Mark Jones, Associate Director - Strategic Estates and Capital Planning:

  • Monday 26 September, 5:30pm-6:15pm, Room 5 John Turner Centre (the main building in Car Park A, Warwick Hospital) – spaces for this event are limited. They will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, so booking early is essential.
  • Tuesday 25 October, 5:30pm-6:15pm, Microsoft Teams

To attend either meeting please email to confirm your attendance. If you are hoping to attend the face-to-face event and are driving please also include your car registration in this email.

The long-term Estates Strategy, and subsequently the Warwick Hospital development plans, will be continually reviewed and refreshed in line with local and national developments. To view a summary of the document visit:

N.B Please be aware the session on Monday 26 September may need to move to a virtual meeting in the event of high covid-19 cases or new restrictions.

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